Mum shares how she ties the perfect bow on Christmas presents 

With only four weeks away, a domestic blogger adored by thousands online has shared how to tie Tiffany-style bows on festive gifts. 

mum-of-two Chantel Mila demonstrated the s

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    Next, the long strand was tucked under the intersection in the middle and secured with a gentle pull

    She then tied the bow and trimmed the ends of the ribbon, creating a stunning luxurious presentation

    Next, the long strand was tucked under the intersection in the middle and secured with a gentle pull (left). She then tied the bow and trimmed the ends of the ribbon, creating a stunning luxurious presentation (right)

    She then tied the bow and trimmed the ends of the ribbon, creating a stunning luxurious presentation. 

    The short video has since wracked up more than 3,000 ‘likes’ and over 49,000 views, with many dubbing it as a ‘great tutorial’.   

    The simple DIY is the perfect alternative to buying expensive decorative bows often costing up to $8 each. 

    Earlier this week another organised mum revealed how to make beautiful miniature bows using a single ribbon and your fingers

    Earlier this week another organised mum revealed how to make beautiful miniature bows using a single ribbon and your fingers 

    Earlier this week another organised mum revealed how to make beautiful miniature bows using a single ribbon and your fingers.

    Melbourne mum Natasha, who goes by the name ‘Effective Spaces’ online, shared a video demonstrating how to make the perfect bow.

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    At first glance the DIY looks difficult to do, but after a few quick attempts the homemade bows are easy to master.

    At first glance the bows look difficult to make, but after a few quick attempts the homemade bow is easy to master

    In the clip she began by lining the red ribbon over her two forefingers, then using her other hand she wrapped it between her fingers three times

    In the clip she began by lining the red ribbon over her two forefingers, then using her other hand she wrapped it between her fingers three times

    In the clip she began by lining the red ribbon over her two forefingers, then using her other hand she wrapped it between her fingers three times.

    Next, the longer end of the ribbon was tucked through the small opening between the middle of the two fingers and looped around itself.

    After gently pulling the ribbon down to tighten the centre, Fresh graduation she slid it off the fingers forming the sides of the bow.

    The second strand was then pulled down to meet the first strand and the perfect small bow was formed.

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